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Rays win wild Game 4 on unbelievable final play to tie World Series

Brett Phillips was the hero in Game 4 for the Tampa Bay Rays.With two on and two out, Phillips came through off Los Angeles Dodgers closer Kenley Jansen, smacking a game-winning single that scored two runs. Kevin Kiermaier came around to score easily and Randy Arozarena tried to test Mookie Betts’ arm after Betts bobbled the……

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No. 2 Alabama loses Jaylen Waddle, beats Tennessee 48-17

Losing their most dynamic player left Alabama in no mood to celebrate — not even a big win over a longtime rival.Wide receiver Jaylen Waddle broke his right ankle on the opening kickoff Saturday, about the only thing that didn’t go the Crimson Tide’s way in a 48-17 victory over Tennessee.Mac Jones threw for 387 yards and……

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McPhearson fumble return lifts Texas Tech over West Virginia

Cornerback Zech McPhearson returned a fumble 56 yards for a touchdown with 8:44 left to lift Texas Tech to a 34-27 victory over West Virginia on Saturday night.West Virginia’s Sam James caught a short pass from Jarret Doege but fumbled on a hit from Jacob Morganstern. McPhearson, a graduate transfer from Penn State, picked up……

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Missouri grinds out 1st victory over Kentucky in five years

Missouri kept handing the ball to Larry Rountree, and Kentucky barely got a chance to take a turn. Rountree carried 37 times for 126 yards and two touchdowns as the Tigers dominated the clock and the Wildcats in a 20-10 victory on Saturday.Missouri (2-2 Southeastern Conference) held the ball for more than 43 minutes and……

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Late birdies let Justin Thomas keep slim lead at Sherwood

Justin Thomas wasn’t playing poorly. It only felt that way Saturday at the Zozo Championship at Sherwood, where being a few shots under par means losing ground. He was 3 under and already had lost the lead he had at the start.The final hour changed everything — his score, his position, even his outlook.CLICK HERE……

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Indiana’s gamble pays off in OT upset over No. 8 Penn State

Indiana coach Tom Allen had grown weary of close calls in big games.On Saturday, Allen went for it — and Michael Penix Jr. made those gambles pay off the Big Ten rivals’ first game of the delayed season,After leading the Hoosiers on a touchdown drive in the final minute of regulation and scoring on a……

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